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‘End time is near for fake pastors, prophets’

By Tobi Awodipe
06 February 2022   |   3:50 am
The General Overseer of Wisdom Church International, Ketu, Lagos, Prophet Bisi Olujobi, has said that the country will not breakup, as speculated by some agitators and spiritualists.

The General Overseer of Wisdom Church International, Ketu, Lagos, Prophet Bisi Olujobi, has said that the country will not breakup, as speculated by some agitators and spiritualists.

Unveiling his prophesies for the year, Olujobi said fervent prayers should be said for both Sunday Ighoho and Nnamdi Kanu, adding that the duo would be released soon.

Speaking with The Guardian, Olujobi revealed that the nation’s economy and security would not get any better for now, and called on Nigerians to put hope in God rather than politicians.

The cleric noted that there would be bumper harvest in the agricultural sector, if the nation could do the needful on the sector.

He said: “I foresee a transformation in the agricultural sector, especially from the Southwest. If the sector is properly managed many youths will prosper and curb famine.”
 
The cleric called on the Federal Government to rescind its plans to increase fuel pump price, saying any attempt to do otherwise would lead to the rehearse of the #EndSARS campaign and this would ground the nation.

Olujobi disclosed that there would be the discovery of medicine for the cure of cancer, HIV and diabetes, adding that the nation’s entertainment industry would achieve greater feats on the international scene.

On COVID-19 pandemic, Olujobi feared that Nigeria would witness an upsurge and called on the relevant agencies to intensify efforts to avert the looming crisis. 

He revealed that 2022 would be a year of judgment for those questioning God’s authority, especially fake pastors and prophets who are deceiving people in the name of Christ and urged them to repent before it is too late.